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Heat-seeking device used to nab chase suspect

January 24, 2008

A Houston police sergeant used an infrared heat signature detector to catch a chase suspect late Wednesday night.

It staretd around 11:45 p.m. at Paul Quinn at Bersey when the officer tried to pull over a Ford Thunderbird for traffic violations.
The man took off, driving through a front yard and eventually into a muddy field, where he bailed out of the car.
The sergeant arrived and used the device to spot the suspect, who stood up and surrendered.
He was arrested.

Posted by Adrienne Cody at January 24, 2008 8:40 AM

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